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The Italian Institute of Culture was established in Jakarta in 1999 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Italy. The building is situated in Menteng, with several facilities, such as: several classes for learning Italian language
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August 2019



EXHIBITION
IIC Jakarta
4 projects for development


The Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute Jakarta together with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation organized the exhibition 4 projects for development in collaboration with the Agenzia Contrasto. The exhibition's goal is to highlight the concrete efforts Italy is making in development programs which are an essential part of Italian foreign policy. The exhibition includes images taken by four notable photographers from Magnum Agency: Abbas, Jerome Sessini, Jean Gaumy, and Stuart Franklin of cooperation projects in Ethiopia, Guatemala, Kenya, and Senegal. More >

 
 
ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE COURSES
 
The registration is open to the Italian language and culture courses for the period
5 October - 18 December 2019.
Please write to following email address: classes@itacultjkt.or.id

 
 
ART CONSERVATION
Wednesday, 8 August 2019 | SMAN 78
Conservation Goes to School and Campus
The Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute proudly support Italian restorer, Michaela Anselmini, from the Art Restoration Studio - Sarasvati Art Communication & Publication to be one of the speakers during the event “Conservation Goes to School and Campus organized by Pusat Konservasi Cagar Budaya. The event is held in several High Schools and University in Jakarta. The speakers are the experts in the field of art and conservation such as art restorer, conservator, archeologist and cultural observer.  The project has been going since July in the Great Area of Jakarta.
 
ART RESTORATION
August 2019 | Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta


The Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute proudly support Italian restorer, Michaela Anselmini, from the Art Restoration Studio - Sarasvati Art Communication & Publication.  After successfully completing the restoration work at the Kraton Yogja she starts a restoration project of an art work belonging to the collection of the Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta.
The Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta is a historical hotel and the working restoration site requires a large space the artwork itself, painted by Maestro Lee Man Fong in 1961, made especially for the Hotel, covers around 10x4 m.
Over the years the painting has been moved until its current location, at the entrance to the Lobby which is Bali Room.  Given the size and location, as it is not possible to move it again, it was decided to carry out the restoration on site.  The project itself will last approximately one year.
In conjunction with this restoration, Art Restoration Studio - Sarasvati Art Communication & Publication is proud to present training of the conservation of paintings to two selected Indonesian students under the direct guidance of Michaela Anselmini; the training is sponsored by P.T. Lyra Akrelux, and lasts two years.


DANCE
Tuesday, 3 September 2019 | 7pm| Gedung Kesenian Jakarta
HOPERA by e.SPERIMENTI

 
E.sperimenti Dance Company of GDO is a sparkling ensemble with the most various dynamics and different styles of dance ranging from breakdancing to contemporary, from modern to floorwork and from dance theatre to acrobatics.  This effervescent Italian excellence, which consists of 7 dancers with extraordinary capacity, has been performing globally, i.e. Brazil, USA, Russia, Thailand, Jordan, Palestine, South Korea, and also in Indonesia several years ago.
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To attend the event please reserve to: eventi@itacultjkt.or.id  


CONTEMPORARY DANCE
21 September 2019 | Auditorium IIC Jakarta
EURASIA Dance Project Audition

 
Stefano Fardelli is a dancer, choreographer and teacher. He obtained his degree at M.A.S. Accademy under Susanna Beltrami's artistic direction in Milan. He then continued his studies in other choreographic centers in Europe. Among his international collaborations the Berlin Opera, BBC, The Place, Royal Filand Opera, Les Gens d’Uterpan, English National Opera, Cie Twain etc.
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To join the audition please contact us: eventi@itacultjkt.or.id  


CINEMATOGRAPHY
20-29 September 2019
100% MANUSIA Film Festival

 
The Embassy of Italy and the Italian Institute of Culture are happy to announce the participation of Italian movie in the Festival held from 20-29 September. The Institute hosts the event starting from 23 to 29 September. The Festival brings more good quality films, arts, panelists and discussion on human rights & humanity to the public.  The festival will screen films from various genres, in numerous cities in Indonesia, and will be free of charge.
For more information on the film festival, go to
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ART
Biennale Arte 2019

The 58th International Art Exhibition, titled May You Live In Interesting Times, will take place from 11 May to 24 November 2019 (Pre-opening on 8, 9, 10 May). The title is a phrase of English invention that has long been mistakenly cited as an ancient Chinese curse that invokes periods of uncertainty, crisis and turmoil; "interesting times", exactly as the ones we live in today. The 58th Exhibition is curated by Ralph Rugoff, currently the director of the Hayward Gallery in London. Between 1985 and 2002 he wrote art and cultural criticism for numerous periodicals, publishing widely in art magazines as well as newspapers, and published a collection of essays, Circus Americanus (1995). During the same period he began working as an independent curator.
This year Indonesia participates with its Pavilion in Arsenale.  The artwork entitled “Lost Verses” created by two Indonesian artists Handiwirman Saputra and Syagini Ratna Wulan and curated by Asmudjo Jono Irianto.
https://www.labiennale.org/en/art/2019/national-participations

 
 

 
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